Comedian for Iranian filmmakers. For this reason, most

Comedian cinema needs freedom and security in order to pursue a demanding communication, in order to be close to societies truth and desire toward satire and ridicule.In the past comedian, movies were not completely to power centers and state control, but part of it was due to the fact that various walks of life in the Iranian society were sensitive toward evaluation, even when draping as comedy. Before Islamic revolution, people went to theaters but usually not interested to see watch movies without comedian actors. In this view, it became a problem for Iranian filmmakers. For this reason, most of the directors had to use comedians that people were familiar with them. In most of the time comedian movie back to either lacked a social or character. Before revolution comedians were practically present in most of the movie, however, that did not mean that the film was a comedy because, they performed the films in different type as action, historical, melodramas, mythical, and crime movies and they add attraction to films and they draw people to theaters. Iranian producers believed that without a comedian actors the hero will not shine. Fardin was one of the famous actors in Iran even he had comic accessory on his side even in the successful blockbusters. After the revolution,  the Iranian cinema was in terms of box office earning of side splitting movies. People are willing to watch such films that make them laugh. However, comedy movie must overdo it’s apparent to inform social pathology and that not mean forgetting social illness.There a lot of newspapers in Iran, but only some of them are major national dailies. Like weekly cousins, that they are about ideologically connected and political or politicians that this newspaper receives government subsidies. Most of them are conservative. One of the most widely conservative papers includes; Kayhan, Which is owned by Supreme leader Ali Khamenei.  Resalat, the newspaper connected with Iran’s Bazaar merchants; Iran, the conventional official government paper; Jomhouri Eslami (The Islamic Republic), That the first license holder was was Ayatollah Khamenei; and Jaam-e Jam is the nation’s largest non-sports daily which is published by the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting organization. Etemad(Trust) is one of the flexible paper that published in Tehran. The Iranian government also publishes three English-language and they have complete control over television and radio broadcasting, and organizational are selected by the supreme leader. There are no any independent broadcasters (IRIB) inside Iran And the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting controls all internal and external broadcasting.  The broadcaster operates dozens of local, national, and foreign networks airing programs on culture, science, news, and other subjects. IRIB also controls and produces official state radio, operating dozens of stations domestically and internationally in over thirty languages.